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Winter Camping in our trekking pole backpacking tent

Backpacking Tent in the Rockies

Brandyn from Denver Used our trekking pole backpacking tent this last weekend camping in the Rockies and sent us some photos and posted this review:
“I just wanted to let you know I received the tent and it is awesome. I attached some pics of my camping trip this weekend in the Denver foothills. It kept me comfortable in 25 mph wind and an 11 degree, snow stormy night. I also can’t believe how much weight it cut from my pack. Thank you.”
Thank You Brandyn, we love the pictures and the positive feedback!

Backpacking Tent in the Rockies
Backpacking Tent works for winter camping in the Rockies.
Backpacking Tent in the Rockies
Backpacking Tent in Snow Storm.
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Hammock Rain Fly on Columbia River

Two Rivers Hammock Rain Fly

Some pictures taken by a family who loves our Hammock rain fly and ultra backpacking tent. They set it up last weekend at two rivers park where the Columbia River and the Snake River meet. The water and park look great. These pictures are awesome because they show three of the 100 possible uses of the Trekker Shelter Tent 2. they show it as an emergency shelter, a tent over a hammock, and a hammock rain fly. I love the way they set up the tent over the hammock, it looks like it would provide quite a bit of protection from the wind and rain and keep you warmer even in a Hammock.

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Hiking in the Eagle Caps

One of our customers sent us some pictures of our tents in the Eagle Caps in Oregon. Thank you much for the photos! These images of our 2 person backpacking tent and backpacking rain fly with ground cover were taken on the edge of Mirror lake which is in the shadow of the Eagle Cap peak. This is a beautiful wilderness area and about a 7 mile hike in from two pan trail head. What a great part of the world to explore and hike, but don’t forget to bring along one of our quality backpacking tents.

Backpacking Tent
Backpacking Tent